In what looks to be one of our favourite campaigns for 2014 (excluding of course Mansur Gavriel's and Dolce & Gabbana's), Norwegian Rain has taken to the streets of Tokyo, using the common man to showcase its Fall/Winter2015 collection.

The crisp range of outerwear is modelled by Tokyo natives, older than we're used to seeing in lookbooks, who look fresh in the deep navy pieces.

Details such as bell sleeves, shearling, oversized or non-existent collars, and rich fabrics cap off the clean collection.

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